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Nov 10, Later, Detectives Benson and Amaro are on the scene with ME Warner. Rollins said they canvassed the neighborhood and no one saw or heard a thing, Fin adding There is no connection to the Russian mob – on paper. Brian Cassidy is a retired New York City Police Department detective who Rollins is determined that Cassidy is guilty and her, Benson and Cassidy clash. During his time in the Special Victims Unit, he started a brief relationship with Detective Benson. When Detectives Munch and Amaro go to Cassidy's apartment in. May 7, In the blink-and-you'll-miss-it scene, Rollins (Kelli Giddish) was Certainly, Amaro losing his family and still [carrying a torch] for his wife, been going on or get more information about their relationship in the It is a squad room full of inquisitive, instinctual detectives who have a nose for things being off.
Lena arrive and approaches Cragen, who is using the name Michael.
He flatters her and she says he is handsome. Cragen says he has a face for radio, and she tells him his eyes are kind. They sit at the bar for a drink, and he tells her he is having a club soda, admitting he is not a drinking man any more. He says that should not spoil her fun. He says he stands up for victims that have no voice and worries more about his staff as it takes a toll on them. She asks who worries about him.
She asks if he has been married and says he is a widower, and Marge, his wife, died a long time ago. She had a miscarriage and they tried to adopt but he thinks he was too busy all the time and that was his biggest regret.
She says he is a man and it is not too late. He laughs and says enough of his violence, he wants to know about her. He asks if she has been married or has children, and asks who are you. She says he hears sad stories every day and tonight she just wants to enjoy and she hope he is enjoying it too. He replies that she knows he is. She touches his hand and says she does not want to go home and he says he was a room upstairs with a beautiful view.
They head up to the room and when she kisses him in the hall he balks. He explains that he is old fashioned. When she comments that he got a room, he says he promises to be a gentleman. She asks that maybe they should wait for a second date and when she begins to walk off he tries to pull her back. When she starts to run, Cragen radios she is on the run and Rollins stops her in the hallway at gunpoint and Fin comes in to cover.
In the hotel room. Fin tells Cragen not to have a drink, he knows he wants one. Cragen is upset that Lena made him. Fin says he did a good job. Fin hands her a glass of water, and understands she is scared but says they can relocate her and put her in witness protection. As Cragen walks in Lena says she only has one daughter and Liev already has her.
She is worried that they will kill her if they find out she is with the police.
Benson tells her to tell them everything. She says Liev runs a mail order bride site here and in Russia. Benson says it is just a front for his blackmail operation. She meets wealthy men through the site and makes them fall for her. She pretends to have a jealous ex and she gets kidnapped and Liev takes all their money.
Fin tells her she left out the part about them killing and disfiguring a girl that looks like her. She admits yes, and says at first she did not know he was killing the girls.
When Benson asks her to tell them who are the bodies, she says they are prostitutes who work for Liev who have no family and are illegal and no one will miss them. Benson mentions no mothers to forgive them, and she asks what does that mean. Fin explains the tattoos and she says the Russian one is his brand and the butterfly is hers, she had that tattooed before she met Liev.
He said it made her special. Benson says she is special, she dies and they live. He moves her from country to country and she never knows where she is. She sees her every once in a while for a few hours in a safe house. She asks for her phone so she can show them. Benson gives her the phone and shows her a photo, saying her name is Anna. Benson hands Cragen the phone and while he looks at the photo, there is a knock on the door.
Cragen walks into the other room and Rollins, who is there with Cabot. She is there on an expired work visa but she does not have a criminal record in Russia. She does have a daughter 4 years old.
Cabot says they will use Lena to get to Liev, and Amaro says that is if he is not already spooked. Rollins comments that as far as Liev knows, Lena is still in the room hooking her mark. Cabot asks how will they draw him out, and Amaro says Lena will know. When Amaro says they have it, Cragen says he will handle it. He tells Amaro and Rollins to leave the room and asks for Lena to be sent in. With Cabot and Benson, Cragen tells Lena that right now they have to consider her as part of a conspiracy to commit extortion and murder.
She says she is in big trouble and to help herself by helping them get Liev. She wants to get her daughter back. Benson says they will do what they can be she has to cooperate. Cragen says OK, and then says after their date, what was to be the next step with him. She says she would call Liev and tell him she had a big fish on the hook and then she would set up another date and Liev would be watching. Cragen tells her to set it up.
Lena tells Cragen she knows what he thinks of her but they need to look like they are lovers. She tells him to come closer and smile and kiss him. Otherwise he will know.
She kisses him and thanks him for helping her get her Anna back. As Liev approaches, Cragen and Len continue to look affectionate.
Liev looks around and seems suspicious of Amaro and Rollins and they both get up. He turns to walk out and Benson is there blocking his way.
He drops to the ground. Benson disarms him and Lena rushed to him and screams where is she? Amaro tells Lena that Liev is gone. She screams that they will never find her and the soldiers will kill her. She says one of the safe houses is in Brighton Beach. The detectives arrive at the house with armed backup and Lena waits in the back of the car with Cragen, saying she is scared. He says it will be OK. They hear someone shout on the radio that they are NYPD, and shots are fired from automatic weapons from inside the house.
Benson calls on the radio that there is an officer down. Cragen exits the car and tells Lena to stay there. Amaro sticks his head out the door and tells Cragen they are clear, the others are down. Fin got shot but the vest stopped the bullet. Benson races out and says that all the rooms where checked and the daughter is not there.
Suddenly, there is gunfire from outside. Rollins is arrested and charged with murder, but is exonerated with help from the SVU squad. When he started to get too rough with her, Rollins withdrew her consent, but Patton overpowered and raped her.
She later helps another of Patton's victims, APD Detective Reese Taymor Dreama Walkerget justice, resulting in Patton going into forced retirement and being put on the sex offender registry. In one episode, a suspect asks if they are sleeping together; they do not answer his question and change the subject. It is confirmed in season 17 that Amaro and Rollins were romantically involved when Rollins discovers she is pregnant and says Amaro is not the father, meaning they did at least sleep together.
The father of Rollins' child is later revealed to be Lt. Declan Murphy Donal Logueher former commanding officer. Murphy is deep undercover in Eastern Europe when he learns of the pregnancy, but he returns to New York to give her a direct line to him if she ever needs him.
While Rollins is in labor, she suffers a placental abruption, almost resulting in her death, but she survives and gives birth to a baby girl she names Jesse.
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Carisi, who comes from a large family, sometimes assists Rollins with the baby. Eventually, however, Rollins comes to see the victim as a human being, and is instrumental in bringing her rapist to justice. While having dinner with the victim to apologize for her behavior, Rollins admits that her prejudice against escorts stems from a former boyfriend cheating on her with one.
In "The Book of Esther", she uses deadly force during a hostage situation with a religious cult. Afterward, she finds out that she fired the shot that killed one of the cult members, a young woman she had tried to save from her abusive father, the patriarch of the cult. She is wracked with guilt, but finds some comfort in going to church.
In "Man Up", she reveals to Benson that she is pregnant with her second child. Also, she meets up with Dr. Al Pollack, her ex-boyfriend, for a lunch date and prepares to tell him about her pregnancy, but bolts out when she sees him flirting with a waitress and becomes unsure of balancing her second pregnancy with raising Jesse and with her work at SVU.
Flaco also was covered with a hood and he told hate crime he did not remember a thing. Munch tells Benson and Rollins to re-interview Flaco and tells Amaro to check the gang unit.
Fin says he can check the local precincts. When Fin objects, Munch reminds him he is personally involved. Benson tells him to go be with his son, they have this. Amaro says all the good gang names are already taken. Amaro hands Fin a book of mug shots and tells him if he gets a decent one to call him. As Amaro leaves, Ken walks out of the room and Fin comments that Alejandro said the attackers knew his name and asks Ken if Alejandro hung around with any gang members.
Ken says Alejandro is a stylist, not gang material. Fin asks about his family. She says she owes him. Fin knocks on the door and when Marisol opens up, Fin shows his badge and quickly walks in. As Fin walks around the place and Marisol asks if they have a search warrant, Rollins tries to keep Marisol from interfering.
Fin finds a gun on the desk and asks if she has a permit and she says she knows her rights. Fin tells her to call her boyfriend now and when she says he is at work, Fin forcefully tells her to say she is in labor.
Later, Cesar is in interrogation at SVU with Amaro questioning him and accusing him of being involved in a gang initiation. He says Alejandro is not his family. Amaro says then he was there, and asks who else was there. Meanwhile, Benson questions Marisol in another room. Rollins and Munch watch from the observation area and Munch questions that she brought Marisol in by herself and asks about the gun.
Rollins tells him the gun was in plain sight as she entered the apartment. Munch tells her to work her story before they call the DA. When he starts to talk charges against her and threatens to tell her that Cesar sold her out, Cesar folds and says the gun is his. Amaro says until Cesar tells him what happened with Alejandro, the gun is hers. CSU is working the van and the apartment and Cesar will testify. Fin says he will tell his son, and he walks off.
Elsewhere, another man, Rick Sims is abducted in the same manner as Alejandro. Later, Benson and Amaro question Sims who says he is not gay.
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He says he was dragged into the van by three guys but he was not sexually assaulted, but he was hit in the balls with a baseball bat.
He swears he is not gay. They called him fag, homo. He says they had dark hair and were maybe Puerto Rican, and he did not know the color of the van. He does not know why he was attacked and does not want to press charges. Fin walks into Alejandro's room where Ken sits at his bedside.
Fin asks if Ken has family here and Ken explains his father stopped speaking with him when he came out. Fin says they may not have gotten them all, there was another attack last night. Back at SVU, the detectives talk about the differences with Sims' attack. Benson wonders if someone is trying to make a beating look like a gay bash.
Sims is a high school math teacher recently separated from his wife. Benson and Rollins speak with Mrs. Sims who says she is sick over this and Rick is not gay.
She says Rick makes no enemies, and Benson says he seems to be the kind of guy who lets people walk all over him and asks if that is why they separated.Only Human -- Rollins and Amaro
Sims says that she can live with, Rick could not commit to a career. He was on Wall Street when they got married then 3 years ago he said he wanted to be a teacher. Three weeks ago he came hold and out of the blue said he quit teaching and said he needed to do something else.
At the offices of headmaster George Overby at Millicent Fawcett School, and while he is talking with Benson and Amaro, Joanne Parsons, head of the upper school, walks in. They ask her why Sims left the school and Overby asks what this is about.
Amaro explains he was assaulted and Joanne is shocked. Overby says the circumstances of Sims leaving is confidential. Benson says not if they involve an allegation of child abuse. Overby cuts the questions short, saying he has to talk to counsel, but Joanne looks like she is ready to talk. As Amaro and Benson leave, Benson comments that Joanne wanted to talk and suggests a grand jury subpoena.
Amaro asks who is Millicent Fawcett, and Benson says she was a British suffragette — she looked it up. They see a photo on the wall with Sims, Joanne, and another woman, who Amaro says looks friendly. Benson says this is about a police investigation, and Natalie says so they know what happened. Amaro asks if she knows that failure to report allegation of abuse is a crime and Benson adds she could lose her teaching license.
Natalie says the second she knew what was going on she went to the administration and they told her they would handle it. Benson comments they knew one of the teachers reported him but he insists he did nothing. They never told him who accused him or of what, and in this system, to be accused is to be guilty. Afterwards, Benson guesses a parent found out he molested their kid and beat him up. Benson explains that the best predators blend in and two of his teachers, Natalie Relais and Joanne Parsons think he is guilty.
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Fin doubts Sims would pick a rich kid, Benson adding a wealthy family would not let them sweep it under the rug. Benson suggests someone less sophisticated — blue collar, bridge-and-tunnel, scholarship. Rollins suggests to start with the handful of families that are not upper east side. Rollins and Fin go to check out a family that lives in New Jersey, the father runs a produce distributor out of Hunts Point. Fin says Alejandro is not out of the woods yet, his son is holding it together and he is happy to be working.
At Gabardelli Produce, Fin and Rollins speak with Ray Gabardelli and ask where he was two night ago and says he was bowling. But when they press him to show him which van it was, and Rollins says after what Sims did to Luca he is not going to press charges.
Gabardelli says he would do it again, the sick bastard molested his kid. He said he did not want the school to humiliate his son and go public.